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... as they pass by they offer me a drink.
No, it’s okay. I was young once too.
We laugh and shake hands. And all ends well.
The next day the hostel sends them packing and I am warmly regarded in numerous ways by guests and staff alike.
I have two more days in Lima but unless something quite unusual happens this is it for adventures and travels
I will write one more blog regarding my thoughts on the history of the last ...
... we checked out of the hostel and put our bags into their storage area. After breakfast, we headed to San Francisco Church and Convent, for a tour of the religious areas and in particular the catacombs. The church and convent had an amazing amount of opulence, with tiles dating from 1620, paintings galore, and gold leaf everywhere. The catacombs gave us our fix of morbidness, with the remains of around 25000 people (estimated) in the catacombs (still, this ...
... bus into a transfer we got to our hotel in the suburb of Barranco which we were to find was a) a pretty dodgy area and b) about 30 minutes from the central of Lima itself, a place that we never bother to see.Having spent far too long on the bus a very quick decision was made to get our bags into our rooms and beers into our hands as soon as possible, this was after all the final night of our tour, thank god!Dinner we were having at a family run restaurant that from ...
We slept well on Cruz Del Sur's big, wide 'Cama' seats until they decided to put the lights on before arrival at Lima's Plaza Norte. We weren't even getting off there but we had to give our blankets and pillows back even though it was another hour before our station at Javier Prado.
They pulled into the station on time at 6am and we were quickly off the bus and collected our luggage. We decided that since it was quiet at that time in the ...
... Inca metal work using gold/copper alloys. Precious metals were used by the Incas for spiritual and decoration purposes. Shells and stones were used for trade. We visited the Plaza Mayor bordered by the Basilica Cathedral and San Francis of Assissi Monastery built in 1600s but rebuilt over the years due to earthquake destruction, The Presidential Palace and City Hall. We watched the changing of the guard at the palace where the ...